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Food Processing Trends 2024

posted on 15 January, 2024 by

As we approach 2024, there are trends both existing and emerging that food manufacturers must keep in mind to continue to exceed the expectations of their customers and the all-important end-consumer. Read More

As we approach 2024, there are trends both existing and emerging that food manufacturers must keep in mind to continue to exceed the expectations of their customers and the all-important end-consumer. Read More

Securing a safer food future: 3 ways food manufacturers can contribute to food safety

posted on 7 June, 2023 by

Ensuring food safety in today’s ever-changing climate is an enduring challenge for food producers the world over. Increasingly long and complex supply chains, a growing world... Read More

Ensuring food safety in today’s ever-changing climate is an enduring challenge for food producers the world over. Increasingly long... Read More

Keeping up with confectionery demand: four ways to boost the flexibility of your processing line

posted on 29 March, 2023 by

The global confectionery industry is seeing stable growth in volumes and values after recovery in 2021. Beyond 2022, the market is forecast to grow by 6% year-on-year to 2026 in value terms. Read More

The global confectionery industry is seeing stable growth in volumes and values after recovery in 2021. Beyond 2022, the market is forecast to grow by 6% year-on-year to 2026 in value terms. Read More

4 ways to eliminate tails from your depositing process

posted on 10 March, 2023 by

In candy production, tails cause product loss and unscheduled downtime, which we estimate at 88 to 123 hours a month on average dependent on production run time. In this blog we analyse the main reasons for tail formation and share insights on how to minimise tails in your candy production process. Read More

In candy production, tails cause product loss and unscheduled downtime, which we estimate at 88 to 123 hours a month on average dependent on production run time. In this blog we analyse the main reasons for tail formation and share insights on how to minimise tails in your candy production process. Read More

6 signs it’s time to upgrade your candy equipment

posted on 1 March, 2023 by

As changes in consumer trends continue apace around the world, it’s heartening to know that the gummy candy market continues to thrive. With a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4% between 2016 and 2022*, there are big opportunities for manufacturers to not only consolidate but also grow their market share. Read More

As changes in consumer trends continue apace around the world, it’s heartening to know that the gummy candy market continues to thrive. With a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4% between 2016 and 2022*, there are big opportunities for manufacturers to not only consolidate but also grow their market share. Read More

How to eliminate jamming of starch trays from your confectionery production line

posted on 27 February, 2023 by

Jamming is one of the most common problems in confectionery production, leading to inefficiencies and increased production costs. We estimate that starch tray jamming of confectionery processing equipment causes 5% – 7% downtime per month on average dependent on production run time. In this blog we share top tips on how to minimise the jamming issue and boost you line uptime in 2023. Read More

Jamming is one of the most common problems in confectionery production, leading to inefficiencies and increased production costs. We estimate that starch tray jamming of confectionery processing equipment causes 5% – 7% downtime per month on average dependent on production run time. In this blog we share top tips on how to minimise the jamming issue and boost you line uptime in 2023. Read More

A quick guide to buying candy processing machinery

posted on 21 February, 2023 by

Industry overview The global confectionery industry is seeing stable growth in volumes and values after recovery in 2021. Beyond 2022, the market is forecast to grow... Read More

Industry overview The global confectionery industry is seeing stable growth in volumes and values after recovery in 2021. Beyond... Read More

On top of technology: an overview of the latest innovations for healthier frying

posted on 1 February, 2023 by

According to TrendSights Analysis 2022: Health and Wellness, released in July of 2022 by GlobalData , at the start of last year 66% of global consumers were always or often influenced by how a product or service impacts their health and wellbeing. Read More

According to TrendSights Analysis 2022: Health and Wellness, released in July of 2022 by GlobalData , at the start of last year 66% of global consumers were always or often influenced by how a product or service impacts their health and wellbeing. Read More

Food Manufacturing: Five Trends to Watch in 2023

posted on 6 December, 2022 by

From the global pandemic and geopolitical unrest to energy & climate crises and supply chain disruptions, food manufacturers have been continuously challenged in the past years – striving to remain profitable and deliver high-quality products to loyal consumers. Read More

From the global pandemic and geopolitical unrest to energy & climate crises and supply chain disruptions, food manufacturers have been continuously challenged in the past years – striving to remain profitable and deliver high-quality products to loyal consumers. Read More

tna turns 40: Four decades of innovation and success

posted on 12 October, 2022 by

2022 marks 40 years since our founders, Nadia and Alf Taylor, took the leap and started manufacturing packaging technology solutions. Their ambitions were high back in 1982, but even they couldn’t have imagined the amazing progress the company would make over the next four decades. Read More

2022 marks 40 years since our founders, Nadia and Alf Taylor, took the leap and started manufacturing packaging technology solutions. Their ambitions were high back in 1982, but even they couldn’t have imagined the amazing progress the company would make over the next four decades. Read More